When all is said and done, your customization choices are the first things that people will see and are certain to catch some eyes earn some nods, but the true beauty of our craftsmanship lies in the finer details. While these details, individually, do not guarantee that a suit is well-crafted (This applies to any company), together they create a suit that defines quality. Quality is not ever determined by one or two detail points, quality is determined by the culmination and totality of all the little details.
All of our suits start by simply giving us a call to schedule a tailor to meet you at a location convenient to you. Most custom suit companies take multiple visits to the tailor to achieve a final product. However, with our Tru-Fit process, we guarantee a proper fit right with minimal fittings. Only a select few of our suits require an additional minor alteration, which we take care of for you inclusive in the original price.
Premium Quality Fabrics
Our fabrics are also used by big name brands that price their garments in the thousands of dollars. We are also certified carriers of the world's most renown fabrics. If you've seen a style you wanted, chances are we carry it considering we carry tens of thousands of different combinations all available to view during the initial consultation.
All of our wool is 100% Virgin Worsted, which means our wool is not cheap recycled wool that is broken apart and re-spun.
Our linings are made from a high-quality brand of cupro called Bemberg. Bemberg is known for its light, durable, silky touch. Bemberg is made from cotton, but the makeup of the fibre is made to carry unique properties. It is known to wick sweat and humidity away from the body while carrying a anti-static and anti-cling for comfort. Bemberg cupro is also green and biodegradable.
Half or Full Canvas
Fused material that some department store brands use are likely to get distorted after multiple pressing and wearing The result is a jacket that is crunched, bunched or unnatural looking. We make your suit with, at a minimum, half canvas to ensure effortless draping. All of our canvassing features imported German horsehair.
One of the factors that points to handcrafted workmanship. Though this is something you can opt out of, keeping it definitely doesn’t hurt.
Does not determine that quality of the suit itself, but allows those admiring your inner lining to know your suit was tailored just for you.
Optional Shirt-banded Dress Pants
Sitting is the bane of all suit wearers. One moment you’re standing in front of a mirror looking perfect, the next you’re getting into your car and your dress shirt pops out from the back. All of our dress pants are lined with a band to help keep your dress shirt where it belongs.
Extra fabric is important for suits with a more classic look. (Longer dress pants) Great for weathering against wear and tear and recommended for pants worn often.
Functional Buttons (Option not encouraged on first suit)
Little margin of error in terms of adjustments. Functional buttons are clear indicators of a suit jacket custom fit to you.
Oval armholes are made for the masses. It’s more “flexible” in the sense that suit makers can cater to the general public. But try lifting up your arms and you’ll see the irony. True flexibility comes with circular armholes which are only found in truly custom suits.
Light Shoulder Padding
When you look at most off the rack suits, you'll noticed a bulky and overbearing shoulder pad. Our shoulder pads are imported from Germany, and we specifically curated light shoulder padding to accentuate your natural shoulder curvature. This assists in the drape as well as comfort.
Optional Milanese Buttonholes
For those desiring the ultimate hand made suit, we have Milanese buttonholes as an option. This is the process where each buttonhole requested is hand spun to give off those slight variations giving off the ultimate luxury experience.
Reinforced Slack Lining
With all of our builds, we always try everything in our power to make it one that will last. This is why, even with our slacks, we reinforce it from the inside to prevent degradation of the outer wool from the friction caused by the knee.